Christine Wan's Resume
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Location: New York, NY, USA
University: University at Buffalo
Major: Health and Human Services - Early Childhood

Christine Wan's Resume

Christine Wan
xxx-xxx-xxxx – xxx-xxx-xxxx
1843 Shore Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11214
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York May 2019
Bachelor of Arts, Social Sciences Interdisciplinary - GPA: 3.3/4.0
Concentration in Health and Human Services – Early Childhood
Minor: Counseling

Brooklyn Chinese-American Association Summer of 2015 & Summer of 2016
Brooklyn, NY Teacher’s Assistant
o Supervised and taught in classrooms ranging from kindergarten to 2nd grade in a variety of subjects including reading, science, math, and English
o Supported the lead teacher with planning lessons that assess the students’ knowledge
o Provided additional assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students
o Focused on maintaining classroom structure through positive reinforcement of students’ behaviors
o Resolved conflicts between the students to maintain a safe and friendly environment
o Interacted closely with parents/caregivers in a professional and positive manner
Manhattan Youth After School Program September 2014 – June 2015
New York, NY
High School Counselor
o Maintained a safe, engaging, and fun after-school program for elementary grades K-5
o Responsible for walking a large group of children from school to the community center, while monitoring them closely to keep them out of harm’s way
o Assisted the teachers in performing club responsibilities efficiently, which include attendance, classroom management, and distribution of tools/props
o Motivated children to interact with one another by demonstrating their common interests
o Supervised children of ages 5-10 during recreation to ensure an engaging and safe environment
o Provided aid for children with minor injuries
Manhattan Youth After School Program October 2013 – June 2014
New York, NY
o Supervised and engaged with children of ages 5-10 during recreation and club time
NYU Langone Hospital Summer of 2017
Brooklyn, NY
Patient Care Volunteer
o Volunteered in the emergency room for 105 hours
o Displayed a cheerful and friendly demeanor to the patients to improve their moods
o Assisted the nurses with their daily responsibilities, such as talking to patients and directing them
o Regularly visited the patients’ rooms to ensure an attentive hospitality, such as fetching blankets, pillows, snacks, and water
o Carefully transferred blood samples daily to the laboratory room in urgency
o Maintained cleanliness of patient and public waiting areas and complied with regulations

o Language: intermediate in Cantonese
o Technical: Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint)